Sacramento – Pledging to provide effective leadership for 1 million Californians living in a district larger than 10 U.S. states, Senator Andreas Borgeas (R-Fresno) took the oath of office today at the State Capitol to serve the 8th Senate District. Senator Borgeas’ wife, Anna, and their two boys, Aleko and Aris, joined him on the Senate Floor for the swearing-in ceremony. To view photos of the swearing in, click here [photo 1 - photo 2].
“It’s humbling to know that I am now officially representing the hopes, dreams, and interests of 1 million Californians in the State Senate,” said Borgeas. “I’m excited to get to work on their behalf to make progress on the issues that matter most to our district such as water, jobs, and education. I promise to fight for all our communities to ensure a better tomorrow, but I do have a favor to ask of the people. Please send me a message via www.senate.ca.gov/borgeas and tell me what I can do to help you and your family. Your feedback will help make our state government truly of the people, for the people, and by the people.”
In Sacramento, Senator Borgeas plans to spend his time working on water and infrastructure issues, developing more educational opportunities, and working to help clean up and manage the state’s forests while supporting first responders.
Prior to serving in the Legislature, Senator Borgeas served as a Fresno County Supervisor and is a Professor of International Law at the San Joaquin College of Law. He is a Georgetown Law School graduate and Fulbright Scholar.
Senator Borgeas represents all or portions of Amador, Calaveras, Fresno, Inyo, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, Sacramento, Stanislaus, Tulare and Tuolumne Counties. For more information on Senator Borgeas and to sign up for his newsletter, please visit www.senate.ca.gov/borgeas.